THE NEW POST-CONCILIAR OR MONTINIAN CHURCH, by THE REVEREND JOAQUIN SAENZ Y ARRIAGA, PH.D.

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Re: THE NEW POST-CONCILIAR OR MONTINIAN CHURCH, by THE REVEREND JOAQUIN SAENZ Y ARRIAGA, PH.D.

#21 Message par InHocSignoVinces » mar. 21 juil. 2020 18:13

Despite the changes that legislation has imposed on government attitudes,
however, and despite the new mentality that has been introduced by prelates
and clergymen, the Catholic Church, its bishops and its priests, continue to
exercise a decisive influence over the underdeveloped sector of Latin America.


The Pope's trip, the previous gatherings of the LAMEC leaders and of the
Jesuits, the apostolic tours of Fr. Lombardi and his Society for a Better World,
and the entire program of the Congress definitely had a more social and political
character than a religious or Eucharistic one.



At the Argentinian Embassy in Rome on October 18, 1968, at a meeting
attended by His Eminence Antonio Cardinal Samoré, president of the
Pontifical Commission for Latin America, Msgr. Eduardo Pironio, Argentine
bishop and secretary of LAMEC, and Msgr. Giovanni Benelli, it was
disclaimed that there had been any tendency favoring violence at the recent
general meeting of the Latin American bishops in Medellin. According to His
Eminence, prelates, priests, and laymen voluntarily joined with the Pope, who,
when visiting Colombia last August, condemned violence as a means of
changing the political and socio-economic structures of Latin America.



This information from the Associated Press confirms that the
international comments were continuing to follow the idea that the Pope's trip
to South America was a political tour whose main purpose was to boldly change
the political and socio-economic structure of Latin America. It is evident,
however, that some of the bishops, priests, and laymen boldly surpassed the
Pope's program , in the belief that violence is not only unavoidable, but helpful.
The presence of certain bishops such as Helder Camara and Sergio Mendez
Arceo, Mexican priests such as Pedro Velazquez, Enrique Maza, Felipe
Pardinas, the Spanish refugee Ramon de Ertze Garamendi (present canon of
the Cathedral of Mexico), as well as the former French priest-worker, Fr.
Agustin Desobry, O.P., should suffice to demonstrate that
the LAMEC
Conference was definitely infiltrated by advocates of violence.



To be continued...

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#22 Message par InHocSignoVinces » mer. 29 juil. 2020 18:05

A letter from the Brazilian Bishop Helder Camara to the mother of the
guerilla-priest
Camilo Torres supports my accusation which is aimed solely at
unmasking subversion in disguise under cover of the apostolate.
It reads as follows:
Recife,7/27/68
Mrs. Isabel Restrepo de Torres
Bogota, Colombia

Only yesterday did I receive your letter of July 9. Please try to understand
why I cannot accept your fraternal invitation.

I wish to stay in Bogota as modestly as possible . I will be there on my way
to Medellin, just in time to attend the opening of the second meeting of the Latin
American hierarchy, as well as the closing procession of the International
Eucharistic Congress.

Even in Medellin , I will do my utmost to avoid much attention. What is
important is teamwork and united effort. I am certain that Camilo understands,
approves, and blesses me from Heaven.


At Holy Mass I will always pray for you.

Your friend and admirer in Christ,
Helder Camara

This letter from the well-known, restless, and communizing Archbishop
of Recife, friend and fellow-traveler of the Bishop of Cuernavaca, shows the
former's intimate support, sympathy, and commitment to the cause of the late
guerilla-priest, the poor Camilo Torres. His tactics are based on concealment;
he wants "to stay in Bogota as modestly as possible;" he wants to do his utmost
"to avoid much attention."
These precautionary tactics, however, are designed
to undertake a teamwork in Medellin; in other words, he wants to impose his
fighting methods on those very good prelates who are presiding and attending
the LAMEC gathering. These are artful and cunning Marxist tactics which
secretly undermine and destroy under the cover of programs of progress and
redemption. That is why Don Helder affirms in his letter that Camilo
"understands, approves, and blesses" him, if he is actually able to bless anyone
in his present state.



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